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Object-oriented models are a popular basis for supporting uniform sharing of data and services in operating systems, distributed programming systems, and database systems. We term systems that use objects for these purposes object sharing systems. Operating systems in common use have nonuniform addressing models, making the uniform object naming required by object sharing systems expensive and difficult to implement. We argue that emerging 64-bit architectures make it practical to supportdoi:10.1145/141936.141969 dblp:conf/oopsla/ChaseLLB92 fatcat:twpmgzvtbbcrxp7x7j5gahnypq